Profile & Legacies Summary
???? - 16th Dec 1833
Co-trustee with Hardman Earle and John Hayward Turner (both q.v.) of Charles Turner (q.v.), a London West India merchant who had assigned his assets for the benefit of creditors. Of Liverpool; deceased by 1835.
- Baptised 18/01/1802 at St John, Wakefield, son of John Pemberton Heywood and Margaret Drinkwater. Death, 16/12/1833, "Aged 32, Richard Heywood, esq. of Liverpool, banker, second son of J. P. Heywood, esq. of Wakefield." Will of Richard Heywood Banker of Liverpool proved 10/06/1834. He left land in Liverpool to his brother John Pemberton Heywood, who was also co-residuary legatee with his two brothers.
T71/877 Antigua claim no. 362 (Blizards).
- Familysearch.org batch no. P00498-1. Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. 103 p. 554 (Dec 1833). Ancestry.com, England & Wales, Non-Conformist and Non-Parochial Registers, 1567-1970 [database online, accessed 15/02/2016]. PROB 11/1832/362.
We are grateful to Alex Buchanan for her assistance with compiling this entry.
Liverpool, Lancashire, North-west England, England
Wakefield, West Yorkshire, Yorkshire, England